The George Daily Youth Theatre is the auditorium’s own professionally-staffed program. Camps are created around project-based education and are designed to use theatre as a tool to teach confidence, critical thinking, creativity, collaboration, and responsibility. Year-round programming is available to children in the form of an after school program and an eight-week summer camp.
After School Program
Tales of Mystery!
November 14 – December 17
K-5th grade – Mon/Tues 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. $70
6th-8th grade – Thurs/Fri 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. $70
(There will be no camp on the following dates: November 23, 24, and 25.)
Indulge in thrilling, scary, and spooky tales that only a good mystery can provide! This camp takes campers into the world of yesteryear where they will create a radio drama worthy of the world’s greatest detectives.
September 28 – April 28
9th-12th grade – Wednesdays – 2:30 – 4:30 $140
High schools are invited to join the Auditorium’s resident improv troupe, the Improvjects! The group is self-governed to emphasized real world experience, creativity, and collaboration. The Improvjects could just as easily decide to put on an improv show or produce a one act play – it’s all up to the team.
Allison McGuire has opens for voice or piano students. Individual lessons are 30 mins every week and cost $100 for the month.